I'd like to replace an old receptacle/switch combination with a new GFCI/switch combination. The old outlet was always hot, and the switch controlled power to a second (outdoor) receptacle. I need that outdoor receptacle to be protected by the new GFCI.
There are only three wires in the gang box:
- Black wire - was connected to the old Outlet/Switch on a screw labeled "Common".
- Red wire - connected on the opposite side of the black wire, on the top (switch) half.
- White wire - connected on the opposite side of the black wire, on the bottom (outlet) half.
With only these three wires, can I replace this old receptacle/switch combination with a "Leviton GFSW1-W Self-Test SmartlockPro Slim GFCI Combination Switch Tamper-Resistant Receptacle"?
If yes, how would it be wired?